Answer: We develop mobile applications for both Android and iOS mobile devices. For native Android development we use Java, Whereas for Native IoS application development we use Swift. For Hybrid application development we use React Native, Angular Js and Phonegap.
Answer: We follow a user centric approach while developing a mobile application, The stakeholders point of view and acceptance is vital while delivering the project. The project starts with a discovery phase, the team identifies the key features and functionality. The design phase team will craft the look and feel (User Interface) with keeping in mind the brand guidelines of the company. Next the project moves to the implementation phase where the coding, integration and development happens. Quality assurance team checks and validates that the desired and expected results are achieved. We later hand over the application to the client or end users for a User acceptance test. Once the application gets a go ahead from the business team it is shipped or published to playstore and itunes.
Answer: The mobile application development cost depends on various factors such as platform, features, functionality, complexity and type of application. In order to reach an effort estimate the business Analyst team will perform a requirement analysis, technical feasibility and understand scope of work. The team will provide a detailed proposal which addresses the scope of work, timelines, deliverables and commercials.
Answer: The application development time depends on the type of a project and a unique idea may require research and development efforts. A trending idea which is in demand in the market and if already executed by the team will require less time and effort. For eg: Ecommerce mobile application, Delivery Application. This will require less time. However if we need to digitize a process in the application it will require more time and effort. Eg Digitization of an inventory management system of the manufacturing company.
Answer: We follow a practise of weekly communication, Every project is assigned with the business analyst / project coordinator who will be a single point of contact for the project communication. The project plan and status updates will be shared with you on a weekly basis.
Answer: Yes, We provide continuous and weekly updates once the project is in the development phase.
Answer: Yes, For a long term project it is a good idea to go for a phase wise development. Also Understand the user behaviour and add more features and functionalities in the application. Let me give you a scenario: In Phase 1 you launch an informative application (Product Information and Catalogue), in phase 2 to add features which can have transactions in the application (Introducing payment gateway, Ecommerce functionality), in phase you can deploy the application over various geographical locations (Mumbai, and other cities in India).
Answer: Yes, We love to work on exciting projects. A minimum viable project gives an opportunity to test the waters and make corrective plans of action. We have done a couple of POC and MVPs for clients like Axis bank, Loreal and Astrax global.
Answer: Security plays an important role in an IT project. We follow a standard set of best practices which make the application secure for threats and vulnerabilities.
Answer: Yes, To monitor the application is in good shape and healthy once it is live. Support and maintenance activities need to be done at server level, application level and design to make sure it is compatible with the upcoming version of the operating system. We provide one month free technical support after the application is completed.
Answer: The third part cost depends on the type of the application and user requirements. The basic and necessary components SMS provider and APIS, Payment gateway solutions provider, Infrastructure or Hosting provider.